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Hurst Park Primary School

Hurst Road, Molesey, West Molesey KT8 1QS

PE & Sports Premium

PE & Sports Premium

All primary schools are receiving an annual PE and Sport Premium.  The ways in which we intend to utilise this funding are summarised below.


Our Objectives

  • To improve the quality of existing PE provision through continued professional development (CPD) for primary school teachers and other staff delivering PE lessons.
  • To increase the skill level of pupils in Key Stage One, and develop skills and competence and improve performance in specific sports in Key Stage Two.
  • To increase participation levels in competitive sport
  • To increase healthy activity in children throughout the school day
  • To increase the quality of teacher training in situ
  • Offer a wide a range of activities within the PE curriculum to encourage participation of children at all levels.


Our provision 2020/21

Raise profile of sport within school

  • Re-attain Year 3 sports leaders for KS1 as well as Year 6 leaders for KS2
  • Participate in increased competitions across KS1 and KS2
  • Allow more time and opportunity to train children for district competitions
  • Give access for children of all abilities to sporting competitions
  • Achieve Active Surrey’s School Games Mark for KS2
  • Achieve Active Surrey’s Star Mark for KS1
  • Introduce REAL PE into the curriculum


Continue to upgrade equipment

  • Ensure equipment is at a standard which makes it useful
  • Ensure the equipment is being used for the correct purpose
  • Ensure equipment is looked after properly and stored correctly


Raise awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle

  • Continue to provide lunchtime aerobic and dancing activities to pupils
  • Allow children to run sports clubs throughout the year at lunchtimes for different activities and provide the children with training and resources
  • Potentially acquire coaches to run football and other sporting clubs at lunchtimes for all children depending on government guidelines
  • Get different equipment for children to access at playtimes (e.g. tyres/crates)
  • Focus on the children’s mental health and wellbeing on their return to school after lockdown


Establish a more varied PE curriculum including O&AA

  • Use orienteering course and maps of our school
  • Provide teachers with training to deliver high quality, progressive OAA lessons
  • Introduce REAL PE into the curriculum


To ensure sustainable impact of the investment we will monitor the PE and Sport provision this year in order to identify key priorities for the future.  Details of Sports Premium spending and impact can be found below:

Provision 2019/20

Last year’s Sports Premium information can be found here and here.

Provision 2018/19

Sports Premium information for this academic year can be found here.

Provision 2017/18

Sports Premium information for this academic year can be found here.

Provision 2016/17

Sports Premium information for this academic year can be found here.